Wrestling from Parkrose, first round of Silverton tournament
Results from Parkrose Dual
Wilsonville got their league season off to a good start on the road as they trounced Northwest Oregon Conference opponent Parkrose.
Wilsonville won eight matches due to forfeit, and won all but three of their other contests. 106 pounder Adzel Villanueva got a pin against Parkrose's Trevor Nguyen 1:56 seconds into the match.
At 138 pounds, Isaac Quesada found a pin of his own against Parkrose wrestler Logan Hardy just one minute and three seconds into the match.
Wilsonville's Tyson Resko dominated Parkrose's Danny Nguyen in a 152 pound match. Resko won with a score of 19-2 at the end the contest.
At 182 pounds, Perry Rodenbeck defeated Wilsonville's Dianna Tupper by technical fall.
Results from 1st Round in Silverton
Wilsonville's wrestling team followed that performance up with a flurry of dominant performances in the first round of matches in the Silverton Tournament.
Villanueva overcame a rough start against McNary's Grady Burrows, and worked to get the pin at 2:44.
"The kid took a shot on me, got me down, okay, forget about that," Villanueva said. "Now what are you going to do? It's all about what's going on and how you're going to overcome it."
Quesada blew through McNary's Austin Moore, getting the pin at just 1:08.
Tyson Resko had another strong performance, notching a lopsided decision against McNary's Nick Hernandez with a score of 19-4. Resko utilized an unorthodox style with heavy back control to get the win.
"I wrestle a lot of funky, weird stuff," Resko said. "People don't really do it, but I've got long legs so it works for me. Just kind of throwing the hooks in. I just make stuff up as I go along."
Wilsonville's Wyatt Miller picked up a pin of his own in his match with Josiah Christensen at 160 pounds. The pin came at just 1:36.
Rodenbeck notched yet another impressive win, pinning Garrett Wimpler at 3:53. Rodenbeck is on a mission to be the best since being beaten in the state finals last year.
"Yeah, after I lost in the state finals last year I've been wrestling nonstop the entire off season and I've been working hard so I can come out here and dominate every match," Rodenbeck said.
Wilsonville's team won the McNary match up 47-27, but would drop their next team match up against Silverton 24-57.